Dynamic Attributes Based on NAS Type !

Stefan A. a.freeradius at premit.de
Sat Oct 8 18:10:27 CEST 2011



As you did not say anything about the exact attributes, you will send to the
NAC, here is how we do this:


we are also using different NAS and have to reply with different VSAs for
setting up the QOS.

We use the "existence of a specific VSAs"  (specified per NAS type) in the
request to select the VSAs to be used in responses.


e.g: if we found the Starent Networks VSA 'SN-Service-Type' in the request,
we reply with 'SN-QOS-Profile' to set up QoS

This is save, as we won't see any Starent VSAs in Cisco or Chillispot


To make this flexible, we have set up our own VSA to configure users QOS,
which is then translated into the specific reply attributes for the NAS, the
user is currently using.





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] On Behalf Of Suman Dash
Sent: Saturday, October 08, 2011 4:40 PM
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Subject: Dynamic Attributes Based on NAS Type !


Hi Everyone ... Currently i am planning to integrate freeradius with
different NAS like Chillispot , Cisco etc and enable roaming users so that
they can log in from any of the NAS. 

As the reply items are different with different NAS , i am looking for ideas
how to enable a single user to roam and connect from different NAS.

In my case i think static reply items are not possible per user wise or per
groupwise so my question is what trick can be used to achieve the same.

I had not tried anything as i have no clue on the same so some highlights on
the approach will be a good starting point for me.


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